It shouldn’t come as a huge surprise that Singapore is a food lover’s paradise. A melting pot of cultures and cuisines; from delectable seafood to lip-smacking noodles and meats, you can find them all at popular street stalls; they have become a sort of tourist mecca and a symbol of Singapore’s love for food.
There are a few places which can match Singapore’s love for street food. One such place is Mumbai. The Indian metropolis has something for everyone from everywhere at its countless street stalls. It is the culinary experience which offers variety of street foods that it puts on display and everyone, from billionaire to beggar relishes it
If you do visit this maximum city, there are a number of Singapore to Mumbai flights daily, here are the dishes you have to taste.
The quintessential Mumbai street snack! Deep fried potato patty in coriander and spices served in a bread with different chutneys, the city cannot survive without this snack. Dubbed as the common man’s burger this one is available at every street corner, is super delicious and light on the pocket so it manages to keep everyone happy – always.
One of Mumbai’s most loved foods, it is a must-try. A spiced mixture of mashed vegetables in a thick gravy served hot with a soft white bread roll. Nothing says evening snack better than Pav Bhaji.
Chaat and Mumbai are synonymous. Pani Puri, Bhelpuri, Sev Puri, Dahi Puri, and so much more. It is cheap, filling, and divine to taste.
For the late night eaters and the party goes, nothing works better than succulent meat on skewers. You will find horses of people late into the night munching on them with tasty chutneys and pieces of onions. If you are in Mumbai one such place is Mohammed Ali Road, where you can eat variety of food dishes.
- Vada Pav
- Potatoes boiled and peeled 6 large Pav Oil 1 tablespoon + to deep fry Asafoetida a pinch Turmeric powder 1/4 teaspoon Green chilli-garlic paste 1 tablespoon Salt to taste Fresh coriander leaves chopped 1/4 cup Lemon juice 1 tablespoon Loaves of bread (pav) 8 small For Batter Coarse gram flour (besan) 1 1/4 cups Salt to taste Red chilli powder 1/2 teaspoon Turmeric powder 1/4 teaspoon Soda bicarbonate a small pinch
- Vada Pav
- Vada Pav
- 1To make the batter place the gram flour in a bowl. Add salt, red chilli powder, turmeric powder, soda bicarbonate and mix. Add sufficient water and whip to a smooth and thick batter. Set aside for at least fifteen minutes. Place the boiled potatoes in a bowl.
- 2Heat one tablespoon oil in a pan. Add asafoetida, turmeric powder, green chilli-garlic paste and mix. Add potatoes and salt and mix. Set aside to cool. Add coriander leaves, lemon juice and mix mashing the potatoes some
- 3Divide the mixture into eight equal portions and shape them into balls.
- 4Heat sufficient oil in a kadai. Dip the potato balls in the gram flour batter and deep fry till golden and crisp on the outside. Drain on absorbent paper. Slit each pav, spread some dry garlic chutney, place a vada and press lightly.
- 5Serve immediately
- Total Fat30 g46%
- Sat. Fat20 g100%
- Cholesterol30 mg10%
- Sodium30 mg1%
- Carbs30 g10%
- Fiber30 g120%
- Sugars30 g33%
- Protein30 g60%